Wal-Mart Sales Tax Class Action Lawsuit Will Move Forward

A sales tax class action lawsuit against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will be allowed to move forward in Cleveland federal court, a case which alleges that Wal-Mart employs exploitative return policies. Plaintiffs Shaun Brandewie and John Newbrough, both residents of Ohio, originally filed… Read More »

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Viagra, ED Drugs Linked To Melanoma Skin Cancer Risk

So many men have used Viagra, and other erectile dysfunction drugs like Cialis and Levitra, that the various side effects of these ED drugs have been well-documented. Now, research indicates that there is an association between Viagra and other ED drugs with... Read More »

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Viacom/Google Internet Tracking MDL Dismissed

Last week, multidistrict litigation accusing Google Inc. and Viacom Inc. of tracking minor’s internet activities was dismissed. Plaintiffs alleged in multiple class action lawsuits filed in January of 2013 that Google and Viacom violated federal and state laws by installing “cookies” on… Read More »

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Possible Antidote for Xarelto Bleeding Side Effects

One of the biggest problems with Xarelto bleeding is that there was no antidote that could stop the bleeding. Hundreds of Xarelto lawsuits have been filed against Bayer and Johnson & Johnson for causing severe gastrointestinal bleeding or pulmonary bleeding. However, Portola... Read More »

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Judge Trims 5-Hour Energy False Ad. Class Action

A false advertising class action lawsuit filed against the makers of 5-Hour Energy has had more allegations tossed by a California federal judge, after the plaintiffs filed an amended class action lawsuit. U.S. District Judge Philip S. Gutierrez has dismissed the fraud… Read More »

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Wolfgang Puck Settles Wage and Hour Class Action Lawsuit

A wage and hour lawsuit involving nearly 900 employees of Wolfgang Puck has concluded in a class action settlement after nearly two years of litigation. Beginning in 2012, a large group of employees from Wolfgang Puck alleged various wage and hour class... Read More »

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Pfizer Hit With Antitrust Class Action Over Celebrex

Pfizer was hit with an antitrust class action lawsuit, alleging that it is illegally trying to protect its Celebrex patent to delay a generic version of the arthritis medication from being sold, forcing patients and insurers into having to overpay for the… Read More »

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Birth Injury Cerebral Palsy Lawsuit Wins $32M

A family was awarded $32 million as the result of a birth injury lawsuit, after it was proved that two nurses were negligent during the birth of a now 5-year-old girl. The child was allegedly diagnosed with a severe form of cerebral palsy as... Read More »

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Biomet Lawsuit Alleges Dangerous Hip Implant Design

An Ohio resident has joined the mass of metal hip lawsuits against Biomet, alleging that the company manufactured a dangerously defective hip implant. This metal hip lawsuit focuses on a metal-on-metal hip joint manufactured by Biomet called the M2a Magnum Hip Implant.... Read More »

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Quinolone Antibiotics May Cause Stevens Johnson Syndrome

Fluoroquinolones, or quinolones, are a popular group of antibiotics that are some of the most widely asked for the United States. As of now, quinolone antibiotics are also some of the most commonly reported drugs to have allegedly caused Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS),... Read More »

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Toyota, Sirius Hit With TCPA Violation Class Action Lawsuit

A Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action lawsuit was filed against Sirius XM Holdings Inc. and Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. on Jan. 8, alleging the automaker illegally gave customer information to Sirius XM. Sirius then allegedly took this information and made a... Read More »

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New Study Indicates Eliquis Bleeding Risks

About 6 million people in the United States are being treated with blood thinners. Last year, about one in 30 of those patients were admitted to the hospital for bleeding complications associated with blood thinners like Eliquis, Xarelto, and Pradaxa. A recent... Read More »

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